April 19, 2019
We've all been there. You tumble out of bed and SQUISH, you feel a wet surprise underfoot. For many cat owners trichobezoars or hairballs are gifts that always seem to be in the middle of the floor when you are not awake enough to avoid stepping on them.
January 25, 2019
As cat owner we must remember that the feline we share our homes with have the same instinctive drive as their wild cousins. It is our duty as cat owners to provide an outlet that meets their needs to stalk, hunt and define territory.
September 7, 2018
Although by nature cats are clean and fastidious, cat owners commonly report poor elimination habits. Selecting the best litter for your cat's individual needs is an important component of your cat's overall well-being.
August 9, 2018
Cats seemingly have the ability to turn any object into a toy; straws, bits of foil, dental floss, paper bags whatever they can get their paws on can be turned into a toy.
August 18, 2017
Regular examinations are important to preventative health, allowing veterinarians to discover health issues before they develop into something serious.
January 1, 2017
As we begin 2017, many of us are making a list of New Yearâ€™s resolutions for this year. However, the list doesnâ€™t have to be just about you. How about throwing in some goals for your feline family?
August 23, 2016
5 reasons routine vet visits are a vital part of your cat's health. Cats instinctively hide how they feel when they are sick or in pain. Your cat could be developing a health condition long before you notice anything is wrong.
June 15, 2016
We all know that most cats hate getting wet, but did you know that many cats also avoid drinking water? When cats aren't getting enough moisture in their diet or drinking enough water, they can become dehydrated.
May 20, 2016
Did you know cat can be susceptible to seasonal allergies just like humans? Airborne environmental allergens like pollen, mold and dust mites can affect our feline friends too, commonly called â€œatopy.â€
March 15, 2016
A Catâ€™s whiskers, AKA vibrissae, are very sensitive and provide your cat with detailed sensory feedback about their environment. If those senses become over-stimulate, it may cause whisker stress, which can affect their eating habits.